Funding of religious education in Western Europe and its consequences
About the Author
I am an 18-year student living in the Netherlands. I study political science at the University of Nijmegen. I was raised in an agnostic family, but soon discovered that religion was one of the great evils in this world. At that very moment I became an anti-theist. I love writing and debating about religion, politics and morality. I am a big fan of Friedrich Nietzsche, whose work has inspired me in my writing. I also own a small web design company.
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